|Course Date||Exam Date||Venue||Availability||Booking|
|RTL 3320 Electrical Maintenance - Mon 31st Oct - Fri 4th Nov 2022||Stoke on Trent||PLACES AVAILABLE|
|RTL 3320 Electrical Maintenance - Mon 1st - Fri 5th Aug 2022||Stoke on Trent||PLACES AVAILABLE|
|RTL 3320 Electrical Maintenance - Mon 21st - Fri 25th Feb 2022||Stoke on Trent||PLACES AVAILABLE|
|RTL 3320 Electrical Maintenance - Mon 1st Nov - Fri 5th Nov 2021||Stoke on Trent||PLACES AVAILABLE|
Course DescriptionRTL 3320 Electrical Maintenance 5 day course is aimed at those that already have engineering / mechanical skills but require electrical training to safely and correctly perform their duties on site.
About this course…
This course is aimed at those that already have engineering / mechanical skills but require electrical training to safely and correctly perform their duties on site. Through theory study and practical workshops you will cover the following ten units:
Unit 1 Health & Safety legislation
Unit 2 Current Flow
Unit 3 Electrical circuits and Ohm’s law
Unit 4 Continuity and insulation resistance testing
Unit 5 Power supplies
Unit 6 Motors…construction and operation
Unit 7 Electrical safety
Unit 8 Isolation and switching
Unit 9 Protective devices
Unit 10 Control circuits
Course entry requirements?
There are no formal entry requirements other than a willingness to learn and an interest in electrical systems and equipment.
- Course notes
- A unique and friendly learning environment!
Depending on existing levels of knowledge/experience it may be possible for candidates to progress directly onto the City & Guilds 18th Edition Wiring Regulations qualification if this is a requirement of their job role.
Training is both theory and practical based. There is no formal assessment.
Excellent courses, with Tutors who know what they are talking about. Great workshop demos, also good inspection equipment and tools
Tutor was brilliant and I found all of the course useful
Knowledgeable staff, Very friendly
Very knowledgeable instructors with time for any questions or 1 on 1’s
Chris entered the electrical industry by starting a formal apprenticeship in 1987 with a local contractor. He has years of experience working in domestic, commercial & industrial environments where he extensively covered maintenance & installation contracts.
The main part of his career involved working as an Approved Electrician & Qualifying Supervisor where responsibilities included the supervision of colleagues, training of apprentices & the quality assurance of electrical certification/reporting.
His main duties at Rebus Training include delivery as part of the apprenticeship team, commercial courses & NVQ assessments.